There was an interview on Sveriges Radio on October 18, 2016, which described a government program (administered by the municipal coordinator against violent extremism in Lund) to rehabilitate former ISIS fighters with housing, employment, education, and financial support:
It is a straightforward social, economic and material issue. You need to be able to reintegrate into the labor market, you may need a
driving license, debt restructuring and a roof over your head.
Det är en rakt igenom social, ekonomisk och materiell fråga. Du
behöver kunna återintegreras på arbetsmarknaden, du behöver kanske ha
körkort, skuldsanering och tak över huvudet.
This is confirmed by English-language news reports. The program was implemented in Lund in 2015, but was still being considered in the Swedish cities of Malmö, Borlänge and Örebro. There was no mention of psychological help. Rather, the idea was to provide practical measures to returning former ISIS members so that they could re-integrate into society.
Over a year earlier, in January 2015, English language news reported that jihadists were already being offered psychological help and that Swedish officials in Örebro wanted to use taxpayer funds to further assist former ISIS soldiers:
[In] Örebro Municipality, jihadists are now being offered
psychological help to overcome traumatic experiences they may have
suffered while fighting in Iraq and Syria.
the news that ISIS vets were to get publicly funded aid caused a stir, even in a country
famous for its socialist policies. But Sweden’s official coordinator
against violent extremism, Mona Sahlin, supports taking the movement
national and has been quoted as saying she wanted to impose tax aid
for immigrants who fought with ISIS.
Such a program, with or without psychological help, is not offered to Sweden’s own national forces upon their return from duty. There are about 500 soldiers from Sweden serving with NATO, fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan. This disparity in benefits between returning jihadis and returning Swedish soldiers is the subject of controversy.